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March 14, 2023

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the basic materials you'll typically need to go about cleaning a garage floor that's been coated with epoxy. Epoxy coatings are great for many reasons, and one of these is how easy they make it to clean your surfaces - part one of our series wasn't exactly a long read! 

At Intermountain Coatings, we're proud to offer a wide range of garage floor coatings, patios, commercial coatings and much more. While part one of our series went over the materials you'll need for cleaning garage floors coated in epoxy, today's part two will go over the basic process for doing so.

Remove Items

Firstly, before you even begin cleaning, it's important that you clear the area of any items. This will make the process much easier and safer, helping to ensure that nothing gets damaged in the process.

Be sure you have all the items you need ready to go, and that your area is clear before beginning.

Sweep Away Dust & Debris

Once you've cleared the area, take a broom or something similar and sweep away any dust or debris from the epoxy floor. This should be done carefully - although some of our products are designed for durability, it's best to take your time when sweeping the area.

Scrub Away Stubborn Dirt & Grime

The next step is to get rid of any stubborn dirt and grime. This can be done with a long-handled scrub brush and some soapy water, or with an appropriate cleaner depending on what type of epoxy coating you have. Be sure to rinse the area thoroughly afterwards with clean water.

Stain Cleaning

We talked in part one about certain specialized cleaning solutions that are made to help with tougher stains. These should be applied directly to the stain and then scrubbed away. Be sure to rinse off any remaining cleaner afterwards as well, and let the area dry completely before applying a sealer or anything else.

Seal & Protect

If you want your epoxy coating to last for years, it's important that you apply a sealer afterwards. This will help to ensure that your floor stays looking great and can help protect it against future damage. It's also a good idea to wax the floor every 6 months or so, in order to keep it looking its best.

By following these steps, you should be able to easily clean your epoxy-coated garage floor and keep it looking great for years to come. Be sure to use the right materials, take your time, and follow all safety guidelines when doing so. Thanks for reading, and don't forget to check out part one of our series if you haven't already!

For more here, or to learn about any of our products or services, contact us at Intermountain Coatings today. We look forward to hearing from you!

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